Aggies and Wildcats Exceed Expectations, Utes and Cougars meeting them

I was higher on the Aggies than the Mountain West was in the preseason polls but I'm very surprised at the level at which they are dominating and the respect they are receiving at a national level. The preseason rankings picked the Aggies to be tied with Air Force for 4th in the Mountain Division. … Continue reading Aggies and Wildcats Exceed Expectations, Utes and Cougars meeting them

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Exclusive: USU men’s tennis coach James Wilson on all things Aggie tennis

For the third straight time, the Utah State Aggie men's tennis team emerged victorious over the BYU Cougars as they eeked out a narrow 4-3 victory on the Sports Academy Tennis Courts in Logan, UT Friday. "We had a good start in doubles, but I told our guys I knew BYU would be tough in … Continue reading Exclusive: USU men’s tennis coach James Wilson on all things Aggie tennis

500 and Counting

Winning 500 games in any program is sweet. It's even sweeter when defeating a rival which is exactly what the Utah State University did to BYU on Friday night in front of 3,313 fans. This is especially impressive for the program considering that most college games outside of football and basketball don't draw big crowds. … Continue reading 500 and Counting

The Fast Track to Success

by Morgan Olsen Utah State men and women ran for records as they competed at the Ed Jacoby Invitational in Nampa, Idaho this weekend. “It was a great start to the season,” said USU track-and-field head coach Gregg Gensel in a press release. “We saw improvements with our veterans over how they started at this … Continue reading The Fast Track to Success

Queen Bees

Cassie Broadhead, BYU Basketball: Cassie is the lassie of Provo. She averages a team high 17.1 points per game and also leads the team in blocks with 13 swats this season. She is tied for second in rebounds (52), second in assists (53) and tied for second with 26 steals for the Lady Cougars. Maybe … Continue reading Queen Bees